I’ve got two projects,
Backlog. I use tasks in
Epics as a means of grouping work together, but I normally create tasks in the
Backlog and only after, make them sub tasks of the relevant task in
Epics. However, as I make it a sub-task, it’s also removed from the Backlog. I then have to switch view, find the new sub-task, and add it back to the project, where it has now lost its position and I have to re-order the tasks again.
What I would really want is to be able to make it a sub-task, but also keep it in the project. Especially if the target parent task is in another project. I imagine I’d be less likely to want this behavior if both tasks were in the same project.
The alternative would be to create all sub-tasks directly on the tasks in Epics, and then add them to the Backlog project. I would then order them after I’m done. However, this requires a huge amount of back and forth clicking, as I select a sub-task, add the project, go back, try to remember which entry I was on, select the next one, repeat.
If I was able to drag-drop all of the sub-tasks onto another project in the side-bar, without also removing them as sub-tasks, that would be another way to solve my problem.